Student learning objectives are listed and a pre/post test is included.Each of the four objectives is discussed in its own section of the curriculum.
All the materials needed to implement the program are in the box, including: was designed for middle and high school age youth.
This approach allows individuals to develop critical thinking skills in how they view relationships within societal norms and learn tools to create healthy relationships.
We know domestic violence can affect children and youth differently than adults.
This diversity of content and inclusion of all learning styles allows facilitators to engage teens to learn about dating abuse and healthy relationships on multiple levels.
Dating violence is controlling, abusive, and aggressive behavior in a romantic relationship. It can include verbal, emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, or a combination.
Objective IV, When You Need Help, lists possible resources available to help victims and perpetrators of dating violence.